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#21 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.08
It was a Tuesday night, so there was fuck-all to do. A couple of buddies and I went out to a local Irish pub, and then we figured we might as well go to the peelers. Some crazy girl ripped my shirt off of my body with her teeth, and I sat the rest of the night in a torn t-shirt. It was kind of a boring night, overall.
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Since: 25.4.03
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#22 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.06

Since my wife was 4 months pregnant, we had a party at a karaoke party at home. Hooked the karaoke machine up to my buddy's PA system.

Best part was the really short ride home.
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Since: 2.1.02
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#23 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.26
    Originally posted by AWArulz
    My thirtyth was pretty bad. I was trying to arrange to go part-time at work for a few months to play Mr Mom for my daughter (who went off to college last month) who had been born the previous month. So, that was the day I found out that they couldn't use me part time (I found out later that mmy boss never forwarded my request - and in fact I did work a lot of part-time that year I was off).

    So that was the day I put in my two-week's notice. I also had an ass-kicking problem that I fought all day and I had another arguement with my boss as I left. (He was a stupid, petty, unknowledgeable man who I later replaced when I came back after my Sabbatical as Mr. Mom).

    On the walk to the train (7 blocks) on a rainy day, a pigeon shit on me.

    I stopped, got a bottle, and got drunk on the train.

    Happy birthday.


AWA - you could write a country song about your 30th.

I took the day off of work and played golf with Dad and a couple of friends. Later that evening my then girlfriend now wife took me out for dinner and birthday sex (for the first time in my life - I had never before managed to get lucky on my b-day).



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#24 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.30
Old fart checking in for roll call.

I spent my 30th birthday in the hospital, where my Dad was having a stroke, and Mom was on another floor recovering from a hysterectomy the day before. Most of the time I was waiting, I was on the lobby pay phone (there was life before cell phones!) contacting my relatives.

My brother arrived at 11:45 to take over, I went home for some sleep. Mrs. too-old-now was waiting for me, and helped relieve some of the tension.

Hope your 30th is better.
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#25 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.72
Me, my wife and a few friends sat around watching season one of Deadwood on DVD. Drank a bottle of The Glenlivet and smoked some of the finest Dominican cigars known to man. BRILLIANT!



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#26 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.05
Last night I was taken to Medieval Times http://www.medievaltimes.com/ and I was knighted by the king (and was given a nice picture and scroll commerating my birthday) and I was given a nice replica medieval sword.

Before the feast and show, my friends and I got a group picture with the king and I got really drunk and fun was had by all.



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#27 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.29
I just had my 25th, and my mother celebrated it with me; we went to dinner at a buffet place and to a movie.



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#28 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.32
mine was just 3 weeks ago. went to the Ram restaurant and brewery with my g/f of over 2 years, my brother, sister in law and my dad. it was fun!



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Since: 2.1.02
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#29 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.04
I'm getting depressed that all of these replies include reference to these strange things called "wife" and "kids" ...

Eight days and counting





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#30 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.05
    Originally posted by Zeruel
    Last night I was taken to Medieval Times http://www.medievaltimes.com/ and I was knighted by the king (and was given a nice picture and scroll commemorating my birthday) and I was given a nice replica medieval sword.

    Before the feast and show, my friends and I got a group picture with the king and I got really drunk and fun was had by all.


Apparently there was a part two to my b-day. My brother couldn't make it to my 30th party and paid for an afternoon out paint-balling. He got me a top of the line marker, mask, CO2 tank, electric hopper and 2000 paint-balls.

It was fun, but I am sore. It had been 12 years since I went paint-balling.



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Since: 9.1.02
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#31 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.31
Well, I didn't have anything planned for my birthday. No one at work knew and so I just had to worry about family wanting to do something. My brother decided to come over to hang out for the night which would have been cool enough if he hadn't decided to bring his girlfriend along too.

Even if I didn't think that she was the inspiration for the girl in Saving Silverman, the two of them together are one of "those" couples who can't stop talking about how much they "lovee-dovee" each other.

We had pizza delivered, and I spend about 2 hours listening to them do the whole baby-talk to each other (I don't remember either saying one thing to me the whole time) while I slowly ate and then waited for work to call me in or something. After a couple hours I went to the other room and watched a movie. An hour or so later (yes, they were doing baby-talk the whole time) they came in and said they were heading back to my brothers place for the night, so I walked them out and wished them well.


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My 30th birthday...? I was at work. Nothing special.



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A friend was nice enough to allow me to use his clothing store to have a large karaoke party. We had a blast, but surprisingly (or not depending on your tolerance for decent to good karaoke) didn't pick up many stragglers who were walking down Bardstown Rd that wanted to join the party.

We were planning on doing the Triple Crown (Derby, Preakness and Belmont Stakes) to celebrate me and quite a few of my friends hitting the big 4-0 this year, but we may "just" be going to Chicago for a weekend instead so all the wives and a few others can join in. Of course, a Cubs/Sox game and time in Chicago isn't sloppy seconds to anything, even the Triple Crown. We're still working on it though.



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#34 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.05
    Originally posted by DrewDewce


    We were planning on doing the Triple Crown (Derby, Preakness


If you can, get down on the infield at Preakness. It's like Mardi Gras down there. If you actually care about the horse racing, it's not so much fun.



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#35 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.19
    Originally posted by Zeruel
      Originally posted by DrewDewce


      We were planning on doing the Triple Crown (Derby, Preakness


    If you can, get down on the infield at Preakness. It's like Mardi Gras down there. If you actually care about the horse racing, it's not so much fun.


I would like to get there to compare it to the Derby infield and Derby experience overall (we get seats now at Derby since none of the group of friends that goes every year are of true "mardi gras" age anymore ;-) )



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My 30th was on a Tuesday so I worked and a couple of coworkers took me out to lunch. Had a dinner at a local steakhouse with family and friends the following weekend.

    Originally posted by Zeruel
    If you can, get down on the infield at Preakness. It's like Mardi Gras down there. If you actually care about the horse racing, it's not so much fun.


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Since: 21.11.02
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#37 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.93
    Originally posted by The King of Keith
    I was wondering... how did all of you W's spent your 30th birthday? This is the first birthday I haven't looked forward to, and I want to go have a good time tonight.


Drunk out of my mind at Lucky Cheng's in NYC with my wife another couple, my sisters and some friends. It was a surprise party and the only time I have ever been surprised. And for those of you who do nto know, it is a drag queen bar/restaurant. Thankfully Iwas not completed obliterated as the guy next to me who got up and danced with some of the "women" and they basically stripped him down to his boxers. That did not happen to me.

Also, nine months later my son was born so my 30th ended well!



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#38 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.56
    Originally posted by Alessandro
    I'm getting depressed that all of these replies include reference to these strange things called "wife" and "kids" ...

    Eight days and counting




I thought this thread looked familiar ...

Anyway, the Boston Celtics were hosting a "Miller Lite Road Rally" party at a local bar, so I went with my brother ... nothing special.



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#39 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.25
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    Originally posted by too-old-now
    Old fart checking in for roll call.


Ditto...this would've been almost 4 years ago.

I remember announcing it on the NWA Wisconsin message board, and a bunch of people showed up at our favorite hotel bar (which we just shut down for good last Friday.)

Had to work that night...so party didn't start 'till after 10 CST. I think I drove home...not so smart.

But I believe birthday pie (probably apple, pumpkin and strawberry rhubarb) was involved. Gots to have my pie.










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